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32) RSA code – the most important code in the world?

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) 30) Time travel to the future: Investigate how traveling close to the speed of light allows people to travel “forward” in time relative to someone on Earth. 31) Graham’s Number – a number so big that thinking about it could literally collapse your brain into a black hole.32) RSA code – the most important code in the world?

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) 30) Time travel to the future: Investigate how traveling close to the speed of light allows people to travel “forward” in time relative to someone on Earth. 31) Graham’s Number – a number so big that thinking about it could literally collapse your brain into a black hole.

32) RSA code – the most important code in the world?

There is a \$1 million prize for solving the Riemann Hypothesis and \$250,000 available for anyone who discovers a new, really big prime number.

9) Random numbers 10) Pythagorean triples: A great introduction into number theory – investigating the solutions of Pythagoras’ Theorem which are integers (eg. 11) Mersenne primes: These are primes that can be written as 2^n -1.

An interesting insight into the mathematical field of Number Theory. 38) Friendly numbers, Solitary numbers, perfect numbers.

million prize for solving the Riemann Hypothesis and 0,000 available for anyone who discovers a new, really big prime number.

9) Random numbers 10) Pythagorean triples: A great introduction into number theory – investigating the solutions of Pythagoras’ Theorem which are integers (eg. 11) Mersenne primes: These are primes that can be written as 2^n -1.

An interesting insight into the mathematical field of Number Theory. 38) Friendly numbers, Solitary numbers, perfect numbers. 26) Fermat’s little theorem: If p is a prime number then a^p – a is a multiple of p.This is the British International School Phuket’s IB maths exploration (IA) page.This list is for SL and HL students – if you are doing a Maths Studies IA then go to this page instead.Important Be aware that this page gets a large amount of traffic from IB students – do not simply copy articles.This will almost certainly be spotted by the IB moderators and could result in you failing your diploma.